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  1. Fascinating and inspiring, James. Thanks.

      1. love your work

  2. Wonderful report! You always produce nicely illustrated posts.

    I like Soth’s work as well. Very talented photog.

    Glad he is not a slave to ego. (Stuck with the 8 x 10 or all film / all digital.) It is like someone trying to use a jeweler’s screwdriver to fix a truck. You need different tools for different jobs. Be true to the subject…not the ego.

    “You don’t have to have a million dollars to be able to buy it…”

    Yea, always a good question to ask yourself to see where you are in life . I used to do it. What would I do if I had 10 million $$…

    I’d be doing the exact same thing I do now…just much more of it. If freezing time is in your blood, that is your life.

    Weegee on the subject…

    “Sure. I’d like to live regular. Go home to a good looking wife, a hot dinner, and a husky kid. But I got film in my blood.”

    1. Thanks Daniel! – Yeah Soth adapts to the cameras he uses so well.

  3. Love Alec Soth’s work. Like to read about his journey in photography, how he has always challenged himself to not get stuck in repeating himself. Thanks to you James for broadeing my knowlelge of his work and our community in sharing their own work. Very inspiring to read Alec’s quotes, almost as useful as to see his work, for me.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it Ernesto!

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